Tessa Cook rode a fast four fault jump off round aboard Rimfire Park Vogue in the Future Stars. They finished in eighth place but with good performances over the two weekends, Vogue was declared Champion Future Stars Horse.
Amber Fuller rode two clear rounds aboard CP Aretino to finish in second place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier.
Chris Chugg rode the nine year old, PSS Levilensky to third place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier, with just one time fault over the two rounds. With this placing Chris was declared the Australian FEI 2019 World Cup Qualifying Series Winners. Chris plans to take the horse to Europe to do some shows before heading to his sixth World Cup final in Las Vegas in April.
Billy Raymont rode Anssioso Z (seen here) to fifth place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier. He also rode the well performed Anton to fourth place, with both horses finishing on four faults after the two rounds.
After a slow start to the World Cup season, Jamie Kermond and Yandoo Oaks Constellation won both today's World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier and last weekends Boneo Classic World Cup.
Shimona Fraid rode Bonaire to seventh place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier, with five faults then a clear second round. After the class they were presented with the FEI Australian 2019 World Cup Rookie of the Year award.
James Harvey riding Tyrone VDL posted two 4 fault rounds for eighth place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier.
Tori Stuckey riding Finch Farm Cab Sav jumped well for just eight faults in the first round of the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier.
Georgie Siciliano from WA rode Gladiator P to sixth place in the World Wetlands Day World Cup Qualifier.
Tom McDermott rode a very fast jump off round aboard Yalambi's Finnigan to win the Mini Prix.
Paul Brent rode Kablesse Kavita to second place in the hottly contested Mini Prix.
Russell Johnstone riding Dondersteen took 7th place in the Mini Prix.
Ally Lamb rode Eagle Rock to eight place in the Mini Prix.
Jess Stones rode Chatina JRE to fourth place in the Mini Prix.
Russell Morrison rode CE Cajun to fifth place in the Mini Prix.
Sam Williams rode Commander NZPH to sixth place in the Mini Prix.
Nina Griffiths rode Mr Ali to third place in the OTT Championship.
Isabella Lloyd rode the former good race horse, Bashboy who won over $1,000,000 in prize money, to fifth place in the OTT Championship.
Jessica Bolt rode Raise An Angle to eighth place in the OTT Championship.
Sarah Moody rode the Encosta de Lago gelding, Hanks who won $385,000 as a race horse, in the OTT Championship.
Local well known equestrian personality, Sharon Ridgeway jumped a double clear round riding her delightful King Vassie in the OTT Championship.
Tasmanian Jo Geard rode the unsussessful ex-race horse, Ambervale Smudge to win the OTT Championship.
Lily Ivancic riding Pronto E Allevamento took fourth place in the OTT Championship.
Robyn Brown rode Im Bobby Too to sixth place in the OTT Championship.
Chloe Dennison rode Cera Bonita to third place in the Young Rider Championship.
Jasmine Dennison rode Mabobri De Mabribo to fifth place in the Young Rider Championship.
Georgia Price looked stylish riding Batman Xtreme in the Young Rider Championship.
Courtney Bell rode Patangas Casino to second place in the Young Rider Championship.
Brook Dobbin rode a very fast clear round aboard Miranda MVNZ to win the Future Stars class.
Frida Lindgen has had a successful weekend and today was just out of the money riding Ashleigh City Lights in the Future Stars.
Kate Hinschen from NSW rode Oaks Ventriloquist to 2nd place in the Future Stars.